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alpine

1. (of plants) growing on mountains, esp above the limit for tree growth
2. connected with or used in mountaineering in medium-sized glaciated mountain areas such as the Alps
3. Skiing of or relating to racing events on steep prepared slopes, such as the slalom and downhill
4. a plant that is native or suited to alpine conditions

alpine

[′al‚pīn]
(ecology)
Any plant native to mountain peaks or boreal regions.
(geology)
Similar to or characteristic of a lofty mountain or mountain system.
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Designed and manufactured at Alpine's Dieppe plant, the mid-engined, two-seater coupe features aluminium construction to keep weight to a minimum and sophisticated double-wishbone suspension and like all Alpines, it is rear-wheel drive.
Limited to 1,955 examples - a nod to the year Alpine was founded - the A110 Premiere Edition, which costs 59,500 euros (about PS52,500), was fully reserved within five days of going on sale.
Ltd (6770 JP) ("Alps") announced its intention to acquire the 59.57% shares of Alpine that they do not own by January 1, 2019 at a ratio of 0.68 shares of Alps for every one (1) share of Alpine, valuing Alpine, on the day after announcement, at JPY2,108 per share.
Alpine focuses on investing in North America-based, high growth companies primarily in the services, software, and online sectors.
Alpine Woods Capital Investors LLC serves as the funds' investment adviser.
The news about the proposed divestment came several days after Alpine's CEO left his post following the issue by the company of a profit warning.
The first year saw only 20 participants, but thanks to the support of the greatest volunteers in Canada (evidenced by the Alpine Canada Alpine (ACA) award in 2003) the organization has grown the series to what it is today.
With the WM-4T1 module, enterprises can reduce the number of devices required to connect remote sites over a private WAN, by simply adding the WM-T1 to their Alpine switching system and eliminating the need for a stand alone router.
In Alpine, religion rather than regional, class, or kinship ties shaped the community.
[USPRwire, Wed Jul 24 2019] A new report by Fact.MR projects that the global alpine ski equipment market will register a moderate expansion during the forecast period (2017-2022).